14 January 2022

Bridging the Impactibility Gap: New Review Published

The Health Economics Unit (HEU) has published a new BMJ Open paper exploring how Impactibility can bridge the gap in population health management.

The paper details a systematic review of 179 full-text records by the HEU team, to assess whether impactibility modelling is being used to refine risk stratification for preventive health interventions.

You can read the full piece here.

And if you would like to learn more about the application of Impactibility in healthcare then don’t miss our Impactibility modelling huddle, in partnership with AnalystX, featuring paper author Andi Orlowski. Reserve your space today.

You can also learn more about Impactibility, and join the discussion on the FutureNHS Impactibility workspace.

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